Don't Forget the Emotional Stakes

Solomon, Charlene Marmer
October 1998
Workforce;Oct98, Vol. 77 Issue 10, p52
Presents information on how companies in the United States can handle the aftereffects of sexual harassment cases in its workplace. How the human resources department can help the company to recover from long term effects of the case; How companies should prepare for sexual harassment cases; Warning signs of possible sexual harassment in the office; How to promote healing in the office after the case. INSET: Q&A: How to handle post-harassment formalities and procedures.


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